MPs will discuss whether to hold fresh inquests for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster. The Attorney General's due to be asked a question on it in the Commons.
Last week the Attorney General, Dominic Grieve QC MP, announced that although his consideration of the evidence is not complete, he has made the decision to apply to the High Court to quash the inquest verdicts of the 96 victims and order fresh inquests.
He is writing to the families of the victims to give them the opportunity to make representations, and continue the detailed work of preparing an application. This process will take time.
In a Written Ministerial Statement to Parliament, he said: